Daily Word Buddies – February 1 2015 – #DWB2015


Today’s reading: Bible Gateway Old/New Testament 365 Reading Plan February 1 2015

Today’s Old Testament reflection: Exodus 27-28

The Altar of Burnt Offering – Exodus 27:1-8 | square 3 cubits H by 5 cubits W & L = 4 1/2 ft H by 7 1/2 ft W & L – overlay acacia wood, horns on corners, and poles in bronze and make all the utensils in bronze.


The Bronze Altar – Bible History Online


Tabernacle Study – The Altar of Burnt Offering – The New Mission Life

A little altar humor…


Burnt Offering –  seekgod.ca

The Courtyard – Exodus 27:9-19 | South and North side: 100 cubits L = 150 ft L – 20 curtains 5 cubits = 7 1/2 ft, 20 posts, 20 bronze bases with silver hooks and bands on the posts. West side: 50 cubits = 75 ft – 10 curtains 5 cubits = 7 1/2 ft, 10 posts, 10 bronze bases. East Side (toward sunrise): 50 cubits = 75 ft – 6 curtains 15 cubits L= 23 ft, 6 posts, 6 bronze bases – 3 on each side of the entrance. Entrance: blue, purple, scarlet yarn, and finely twisted linen curtain 20 cubits L = 30 ft, 4 posts, 4 bronze bases. {Courtyard is 150 ft L by 75 ft W with 7 1/2 ft curtains on S, N, and W sides. All posts have silver bands and hooks, and bronze bases. All untensils are bronze, even tent pegs.}


The Tabernacle – The Outer Court – Bible History Online


This is a great overall illustration but please note the details (linen colors) are not exact.

Oil for the Lampstand – Exodus 27:20-21 | clear oil pressed from olives for the light to keep it burning before the Lord from evening till morning – lasting ordinance.

The Priestly Garments – Exodus 28:1-5 | sacred garments: a breastpiece, an ephod, a robe, a woven tunic, a turban, and a sash – gold, blue, purple and scarlet yarn, and fine linen.


The High Priests Garments of Beauty – Sickle of Truth

The Ephod – Exodus 28:6-14 | ephod – gold, blue, purple and scarlet yarn, and fine linen. 2 onyx stones mounted in gold, engrave names of Isreal’s sons on them – 6 per stone, in order of birth – attach to shoulder peices of ephod, with gold rope chains attached.


The Tabernacle – The High Priest – Mishkan Ministries

The Breastpiece – Exodus 28:15-30 | breastpiece (for decision making) – 9 inches square double folded, gold, blue, purple and scarlet yarn, and fine linen, mount in gold 4 rows of 3 precious stones: 1st) carnelian, chrysolite, and beryl 2nd) turquoise, lapis lazuli, and emerald. 3rd) jacinith, agate, and amethyst. 4th) topaz, onyx, and jasper – carve one of the 12 tribes on each stone. Gold rope, gold rings also. Urim and thummim is also put in breastpiece (not exactly sure what these were so they are not pictured).


The Tabernacle – The High Priest – Mishkan Ministries

Other Priestly Garments – Exodus 28:31-43 | blue cloth robe: woven edge, blue, purple, and scarlet yarn  pomegranates around the hem with alternating gold bells between them. Pure gold plate engraved – ” HOLY TO THE LORD” – blue cord attaches it to front of turban. Tunic of fine linen, embroidered sash, cap, linen undergarments – cover waist to thigh. Lasting ordinance for Aaron and descendants (see ‘Priestly Garments’ picture above – undergarments not pictured).

Today’s New Testament reflection: Matthew 21:1-22

Jesus Comes to Jerusalem as King – Matthew 21:1-11 | approached Jerusalem – Jesus sent 2 disciples to get a donkey for Him to ride into the city, this fulfilled Zechariah 9:9. He received a Kings welcome Psalm 118:25-26.

Jesus at the Temple – Matthew 21:12-17 | Jesus overturned money changer’s tables and dove seller’s tables – reminded them of Isaiah 56:7 (God’s House is a House of prayer). Jesus healed the blind and lame. Children shouted praises – Psalm 8:2. The Pharisees wondered just who Jesus thought He was!

Jesus Curses a Fig Tree – Matthew 21:18-22 | in the morning Jesus was on His way back to Jerusalem and He was hungry. He went up to eat from a fig tree but it had no fruit! Jesus cursed it – never bear fruit again! Immediately the tree withered and DIED! – LOL! Why does this sound like Jesus had a bit of a fit?! The disciples were amazed and asked Him how it died so fast??? Jesus replied, “Truly I tell you, if you have faith and do not doubt, not only can you do what was done to the fig tree, but also you can say to this mountain, ‘Go, throw yourself into the sea,’ and it will be done. If you believe, you will receive whatever you ask for in prayer.” – WOW! Faith minus doubt, plus belief equals receipt.Take that into your life today!


Now, it’s your turn to get involved – your turn to take action! Are you ready?

                           《—-Start here—-》

A) What popped off the page at you? Share your reflections and insights from these passages in the comments below.
B) Share your reflections and insights from your own daily scripture study – include book, chapter, and verse.
D) Go public – make an announcement on social media using #DWB2015. This will be an easy way to find and connect with other participants – iron sharpens iron!

Please join in and encourage one another – sharing is caring!


Thank You Jesus! I made my 6PM CST submission goal – just in time! YES JESUS!!


I hope you enjoyed day 32 🙂 I pray God spoke to you while you read this, I urge you to listen to whatever He put on your heart. I’d love to hear your thoughts and feedback. The goal and purpose of Bible study is for us to grow spiritually. I pray God gives us the wisdom to provide mutually beneficial thought-provoking, Christ-like inspiration.

God bless you all!

Jennifer – I Give God All The Glory


I am a daughter of God, a servant of the Lord, a wife to a patient husband, and a mama of two forgiving boys. God has placed these three men in my life needfully so. I thank Him for them everyday. And like so many of the Lord’s children, I am a work-of-glory-in-progress. I am on a journey to reclaim and renew my life in Christ. It took me 34 years to learn that when nothing else works, God does!

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